Thursday, November 1st, 2007


Products used:

  • Rubenesque Paint Pot
  • Goldmine e/s
  • Amber Lights e/s
  • Woodwinked e/s
  • Nylon e/s
  • Beautyburst e/s
  • Smoke Signals pigment
  • Showstopper e/s
  • Smoking e/s
  • Mehron pigment in white
  • Laura Gellar bronzer
  • Prestige black liquid liner
  • Cheap halloween lashes
  • Black lipstick

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12 thoughts on “October 2007 – Halloween Face Mask Contest – “Leopard”

  1. I love this mask, it’s so articulately and skillfully done!!!

  2. Shaundra

    How beautiful!

    Great job! :)

  3. Stephanie

    This mask is purrr-fect. Sorry, couldn’t resist. You did a fantastic job. Can you explain how you achieved this look and how long it took?

  4. Traci

    looking good! i love what you did.

  5. Annie

    dude… WOW!

  6. tanya

    WOW!!! What a wonderful job you did :) true talent!! I second the question of how long it took and maybe some pointers of how you were able to create the look?

  7. Lindsay

    You look amazing! Nice job!

  8. Tiffany

    WOW this is awesome!!! Love the detail =)

  9. awww, your “spots” are awesome!

  10. Jamie

    This is one of the best Halloween-themed makeup entries I’ve ever seen…it’s simply beautiful!!! I also love the cheapie false lashes:)

  11. Amy

    thanks for all of your comments. :) i dont really remember how long it took me, probably about a half hour or 45 minutes? most of the eye shadows and pigments were used on my eyes, which was just like a golden smokey eye, but the huge lashes kind of hide it. other than that, i used goldmine and amber lights on most of my face, and my bronzer for the darker shadowed parts. the white pigment was used down the top of my nose, and i packed it on above my lip and on my chin. i used beauty burst e/s for the “inside” of the spots. all of the black parts were black liquid liner, except the lips were black lip stick. i outlined the spots by doing lots of little whispy lines to give it more of a “furry” look haha. hope that answered your questions a bit. :)

  12. Darryl

    I love it! If I wasn’t too late I would have voted for you!!